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Tuesday 3rd June 2008
Strategy Analytics says TriQuint made up ground on RFMD and Skyworks last year, while the effects of a recent dip in handset shipments in Europe and Japan are likely to hit suppliers equally.
Tuesday 3rd June 2008
Aixtron's 300 mm wafer reactor and new substrates from silicon specialist MEMC Electronic Materials yield high-quality AlGaN/GaN.
Monday 2nd June 2008
The chemical company is helping high-volume LED manufacturers automate the flow of reagents into their deposition tools.
Friday 30th May 2008
British firm CIP is playing a central role in a pan-European effort to combine high-functionality monolithic InP chips with hybrid silica-on-silicon integration for future optical communications.
Thursday 29th May 2008
The Silian Group is basing billion-dollar LED manufacturing plans on an acquisition that will see it control a key part of the sapphire substrate supply.
Thursday 29th May 2008
From August, the Japanese firm's lighting subsidiary will mass produce a range of LED lamps that are nearly as bright as 100W incandescent bulbs.
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Wednesday 28th May 2008
Combining a MOSFET with a HEMT and adding a state-of-the-art gate electrode makes for a MOS-HEMT that ticks most of the performance boxes for GaN power electronics.
Tuesday 27th May 2008
A series of new reports conclude that the market for femtocells – tiny base stations that provide broadband cellular connectivity in the home or office – is set to boom.
Tuesday 27th May 2008
Encapsulating an AlGaInAs laser in semi-insulating InP helps make high-efficiency, rapid, directly-modulated optical communication possible for Fujitsu.
Tuesday 27th May 2008
WJ Communications stockholders approve the company's $72 million acquisition by TriQuint Semiconductor.
Friday 23rd May 2008
The sapphire crystal growth industry has gained another player, with its eye on improving substrate supply for LED and RF chip manufacturers.
Friday 23rd May 2008
Touting its RGB backlight breakthrough at the Society for Information Display symposium, the German LED maker is thrilled at the prospects for wall-to-wall television.
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Thursday 22nd May 2008
Efficient GaAs PAs will play a key part in proving the feasibility of the wireless communication standard in the trailblazing US network.
Tuesday 20th May 2008
"WaferCap" can now roll directly out of the company's GaAs fab and offers improved high-volume manufacturing for high-frequency RF products.
Monday 19th May 2008
Particles that are 'half-matter and half-light' may find applications in optoelectronics devices, says a team from Crete.
Thursday 15th May 2008
The Mitsubishi LaserVue could mark a turning point in the aspiring chipmaker’s fortunes, after optoelectronics supply deals in India put a big burden on its finances.
Wednesday 14th May 2008
If a deal between Tyco Electronics and Cobham goes through then M/A-COM's Massachusetts GaAs fab and its related non-military businesses will be put on the market.
Tuesday 13th May 2008
In what looks like a major boost for power amplifier suppliers Anadigics and RF Micro Devices, WiMAX gets a $3.2bn shot in the arm as Clearwire targets half of the US population with broadband wireless.
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Tuesday 13th May 2008
Increased die-size and a freewheeling Schottky diode are refining the SiC chip maker's transistors to meet the needs of hybrid electric engine electronics.
Tuesday 13th May 2008
After Skyworks bought Freescale's business producing power amplifiers for cellphones, the former Motorola fab’s remaining work is moved to foundries.
Friday 9th May 2008
Predictions of exponential III-V solar revenue growth underpin the company’s hope for profitability, and will demand the installation of yet more epitaxial reactors.
Thursday 8th May 2008
The German epitaxial equipment maker is receiving fewer enquiries for its products, but is still confident that 2008 will be one of its most successful years ever.
Wednesday 7th May 2008
The fiber laser specialist says that it has solved the manufacturing problems that hit laser yields in its MBE fab towards the close of 2007.
Wednesday 7th May 2008
The chip-maker's high-profile Polaris transceiver modules will be history within three years, as it finds that its core compound semiconductor components are more profitable than silicon.

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